Vol 21 (2014)

Table of Contents


An Assessment of the Use of Social Media as Advertising Vehicles in Nigeria: A Study of Facebook and Twitter PDF
Endwell Onyinye Nyekwere, Nnanyelugo, M. Okoro, Chieme Azubuike 1-9
Reportorial Activism and Nigerian Journalism after the Enactment of Freedom of Information Act PDF
Fred A. Amadi 10-15
Film/Video Industries As Channels Of Communication And Development PDF
The Implementation of Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) Principles in Branding and Advertising: A Conceptual Exploration PDF
Raji Ridwan Adetunji, Shahrina Md Nordin, Shuhaida Md Noor 23-28
Combating Impunity of Crimes against Press Freedom PDF
Barigbon Gbara Nsereka, Hyacinth Chimene Orlu-Orlu 29-39
Newspaper Inquest into Tiv-Jukun Conflict 2001: An Analysis of Ethnic Inequality and Domination in Contemporary Nigeria PDF
Rodney Ciboh 40-49
Television Violence and the Propensity for Violent Behaviour Among Youths in Tertiary Institutions in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. PDF
A. I. Onyekosor 50-55
Do New Media Make the Practice of Journalism More or Less a Profession? PDF
Jude Terna Kur, Coleman F. Essien 56-63
Language, Beliefs and the HIV-AIDS Campaign In Africa PDF

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